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Artists welcome visitors to Open Studio Tour

FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Artists Association held its first ever Open Studio Tour Sept. 30 and the response from the community was excellent.

FAA President Thom Lingle said, "We want to thank all of the artists that donated their time, opened their art studio and shared their passion by supporting this new adventure in art with people who came from Hemet and beyond; we thank the art tourists as well.

"We also appreciate the Grant we received from the Vintage Car Club last week that helped fund this event."

He added that the weather the day of the Studio Tour was a little gloomy and they had two rainy events; one in the morning the other in the afternoon providing a perfect opening to dash between locations, since people couldn't go the beach and decided not to watch TV all day; 58 people showed up to the Gallery, purchased tickets and hit the road.

The art pulled visitors into the studios and hopefully stimulated their creative juices; some are even talking about joining.

Lingle concluded, "We will continue with our experiments in art and working with the community at large. We look forward to seeing you again and want to invite you to have a conversation with us about art and ways to share it with others in our world!"

Submitted by the Fallbrook Artists Association.

 

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